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Since it began work in Jordan in 2009, IYF has implemented a number of initiatives that have provided more than 14,000 young men and women with life and job skills training, career guidance, and entrepreneurship support. (...) It is envisioned the benefitting youth will have new skills that will not only enable them to get better jobs and sustain them, but also provide them with extra life skills that will make their lives easier, not only at the workplace but also in their daily life. (...) “We expect that with the gained experience, the youth benefitting from the pilot will have an easier time finding a suitable job,’’ said Turk. Tags: child labour, decent work, apprentices, young workers, children, youth Regions and countries covered: Jordan Tools This content is available in العربية A A+ A++ Print Share this content in See also Projects Moving Towards a Child Labour Free Jordan Tripartite Action for Youth Employment in Jordan © 1996-2022 International Labour Organization (ILO) | Copyright and permissions  | Privacy policy | Fraud alert | Disclaimer   Skip to top
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Score: 1001974.6 - www.ilo.org/beirut/medi...WCMS_427984/lang--en/index.htm
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Not only does this help reduce your energy usage, but it also optimizes your laptop's battery life to last longer. Learn more about the Laptop vs. (...) You can make this task easier by using outlet/power strips, which can turn everything off with the flip of a switch. (...) Low Power Mode also saves battery life, therefore less energy consumption. And remember -unplug your charger if not in use!
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Score: 1001974.6 - https://www.unicef.org/armenia...tories/9-ways-save-energy-home
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 Page 6 - Smart public health emergency management and ICT implementations - A U4SSC deliverable on city platforms           Basic HTML Version Table of Contents View Full Version Page 6 - Smart public health emergency management and ICT implementations - A U4SSC deliverable on city platforms P. 6 Executive summary The world is currently facing an unprecedented situation owing to the Covid-19 coronavirus pandemic, which has impacted all avenues of life. Cities with growing populations have been adversely affected with significant loss of life. (...) With the utilization of appropriate emergency communication and public health frameworks, it will become easier to develop models to predict the spread of diseases, ascertain the source of illnesses, coordinate lockdowns, detect and report symptoms, identify viral strains and provide remote assistance (as required with limited human interaction) through an IoT-based infrastructure.
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Score: 1001206.7 - https://www.itu.int/en/publica...ns/files/basic-html/page6.html
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The University of Montreal Hospital Center (CHUM) has launched a multi-stakeholder task force to produce knowledge, tools and methods to enhance the governamentability of AI systems in real-life care settings. Formed by health managers, researchers, care givers, patients, citizens as volunteers, AI developers and non-profit leaders (25 members in total), the task force have four main objectives: · Analyse AI development and implementation processes at several departments of the CHUM to identify main challenges and develop adapted solutions;  · Develop a checklist with AI ethics principles and criteria to enable AI developers and implementors to assess the responsibility of AI innovations;  · Develop a guide comprising a set of recommendations to help AI developers and implementors find adequate resources to conduct responsible AI projects throughout their life cycle.  (...) NOTE – Initially issued as FG-AI4H-J-046, reissued for easier reference. ____________________________
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Score: 1001206.7 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/f...ocuments/all/FGAI4H-K-027.docx
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Search results Health Programme 25 September 2019 Survive and thrive For every Jamaican child to get the best possible start to life Blog post 15 September 2022 Mandeville Regional Hospital becoming Baby-Friendly! A Doctor sharing some tips to get certified as Baby-Friendly Hospital for other hospitals to help make their journey easier Blog post 29 August 2022 How front-of-package warning labels can protect our health Sharing information for local and regional advocates to learn about experiences from other countries Blog post 24 February 2022 Making taxpayer dollars count more for children A new project to help ensure taxpayer funds are used more effectively to deliver improved outcomes for Jamaican children. (...) Page 01 November 2018 Stories from Jamaica Stories about children, their families and the people we work with in Jamaica Report 15 September 2016 Gap Analysis of the Readiness of the Ministry of Health Gap Analysis of the Readiness of the Ministry of Health Download file (PDF, 1,09 MB) Report 01 June 2006 Evaluation of the Health and Family Life Pilot Curriculum The HFLE curriculum was developed by the Ministry of Education, supported by UNICEF and the Global Fund through the Ministry of Health.
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Score: 1001206.7 - https://www.unicef.org/jamaica/topics/health
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She was someone who brought with her a spot of sunlight wherever she went. She made mission life easier somehow.” Patricia dedicated her professional life to peacekeeping and humanitarian efforts, accepting difficult field assignments despite the challenges they presented. In 2006, she took some personal time and returned to Guatemala to attempt what one colleague referred to as “a normal life.” However, she soon returned in the service of the UN and took on the assignment with MINUSTAH. (...) She may have been petite in stature, soft-spoken, but she was certainly full of life. I’ll miss the smile.” Patricia is survived by her partner Jean Pierre Goldstein, her father, sister, niece and nephew.   
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Score: 999935.9 - https://www.un.org/en/memorial/haiti/rodas_arreola.shtml
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Score: 999360.7 - https://www.unhcr.org/ph/10553...olar-lamps-ease-life-dark.html
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Adamu Abubakar The lack of water has not been a constant in the life of the villagers. Mr. Abubakar remembers that three decades ago the surroundings were very different and water was not a permanent source of chagrin. (...) UNICEF / Islamane "Now, there is enough water. This makes life easier for the herders and for the farmers, because there are no conflicts anymore." (...) Al Hassan. "This makes life easier for the herders and for the farmers, because there are no conflicts anymore."
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Score: 999360.7 - https://www.unicef.org/niger/s...re-dire-impacts-climate-change
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However, it will be faced with demographic changes: longer life expectancy on the one hand and ageing post-war generations on the other. (...) This is natural insofar as we know that life expectancy will continue to increase at a rapid pace, the age of entry into the labour force has not ceased to increase and, finally, the health of the over-60s has improved considerably. (...) After 2005, the situation on the labour market should improve, the integration of young people should become easier and the number of early retirements should fall.
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Score: 998721.8 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DAM/press/pr1999/99none1e.htm
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UNICEF/Syria/2021/Ali Almatar I learned how to read and write with help from the volunteers. Studying became easier with them around to support,” Kazem, 10 Kazem enrolled in a nearby school when he reached school age. (...) After leaving school, Kazem’s life changed. In addition to attending the sheep and maintaining the piece of land they have as part of their home, the little shepherd, took on a job as a car mechanic. (...) “I learned how to read and write with help from the volunteers. Studying became easier with them around to support,” said Kazem. A case manager was assigned to guide Kazem, encourage him to get back to school and help him prioritize his learning over work.
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Score: 998721.8 - https://www.unicef.org/syria/stories/little-shepherds-tale
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